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Yes, and no worries, I'm not pushing it on them.
The big one started playing around with Scratch at school, and since he knows I'm working as a programmer he wanted to learn more. So I showed him Lightbot. And now he wants more.
I guess it's just a period, but why not. There are so much worse things they can do.
Yes, I suppose what I do doesnt look fun or funky, has no UI.
I guess I naturally gravitated to the low level stuff, I found it much more challenging and interesting. My second job was writing a driver for Windows. I only got it because there was no one around any more capable than I was, and I had no idea, I was just in the area, looking for a new role, and had a couple of years doing low level user mode stuff in windows.
I guess I naturally gravitated to the low level stuff,
Are you that fat?
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
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Actually no, I chose my pen name from the two atomic bombs, fat man and little boy. Plus fat boy is an affectionate name in Cantoneese (my wife lived there many years and speaks it fluently. SOmething like 'faizai', at least that is how it sounds to me. ) I am not particularly overweight, for a 50+ year old programmer at least!
My first program ever (Basic, Amstrad 6128) was a small database named "Cave à vin", for my father, to keep track of the bottles of wine in our cellar (all 25 of them ). If that's not French ... It had an opening splash screen with a bottle of wine filling an empty glass, animated. Which was about 85% of the code.